Monthly Archives: February 2020

Ep. 73 – Alternative Spring Break

Guest: Anderlyn Smith

Anderlyn Smith, a junior, professional theatre student and Dowdy Scholar spent her spring break giving back to the community. She talks to the chancellor about that experience and how it points to her career aspirations and giving back on a larger scale.

Ep. 72 –The Aggie Source and the Aggie Rack 

Guests: Gabrielle Jackson and Kristiana Moore

Last academic year, a student collaborated with the Office of Student Development to open The Aggie Source, a food pantry for students. This year, the pantry has expanded to open The Aggie Rack where students can come and shop for professional attire ahead of career fairs and interviews.

Ep. 71 – Artists United to End Poverty

Guests: Michelle Gethers-Clark, Sybil Lynch Newman, Andreo “Fanatic” Heard

The United Way of Greater Greensboro raises and allocates money to a network of agencies that meet a variety of critical needs in the community. Chancellor talks to the trio about this project and what they are hoping to accomplish.

Ep. 70 – Community Engagement

Guest: Dr. Bryle Hatch

Chancellor Martin speaks with Dr. Bryle Hatch, the university’s first executive director of community engagement about position with the university, the necessity of his office and some of the initiatives he has started, will continue and looks to create.

Ep. 68 – Student Health and Wellness – Spiritual Wellness

Guest: Briana Mack

Interim civic and service learning coordinator Briana Mack chats with Chancellor Martin about the various options available to students for their spiritual needs.

Ep. 67 – Student Health and Wellness – Body

Guest: Hermene Elks

Hermene Elks, instructor and fitness coordinator at the Campus Recreation Center, speaks with Chancellor Martin about the importance of physical activity to the overall health and well-being of students.

Ep. 66 – Student Health and Wellness – Mind

Guest: Dr. Vivian Barnette

Chancellor Martin talks with Dr. Vivian Barnette, the executive director of the Office of Counseling Services, about the importance of kindness to student mental health and well-being.